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Obituary for Kaison John Rice
Kaison John Rice was born on January 30, 2015 at 6:24 p.m. On February 4, 2015, Kaison John passed away in the arms of his parents. For five days, Kaison John had seen more love in his short life than most see in their entire lives. Before he was born, his mother was admitted to the hospital on January 20, 2015 in an attempt to keep her little bun cooking. He needed to grow and develop his lungs just a little bit more before he could meet all of us. However, Kaison John was too impatient for that and was ready to see his family. For five days his parents, Natasha and Terry, cared for him as much as they could as Kaison’s brothers Carter (8-years-old) and Tanner (6-years-old) watched over lovingly and protectively. Even with all of the love Kaison John received from his family and friends, it was his time to leave all of us. He put up a good fight, but in the end he wasn’t quite strong enough. Kaison John is survived by his parents, Natasha and Terry, his brothers Carter and Tanner, his maternal grandparents John and Jenny Bertsch, his paternal grandparents Doug and Mary Ellen Rice. A memorial service will be held for Kaison John at 10:00 AM on the 14th of March, 2015 at Dewitt and Tabler Chapel 12114 Grant Circle Thornton, Colorado 80241 Kaison’s Poem To everyone that loves me, I just wanted you to see, I’m the happiest little boy that I could ever be. You loved me from the start, Which filled my tiny heart. I’m sorry I had to go, But I needed you to know. This is not goodbye, So please don’t cry. I’m dancing with the moon and stars, And playing with my tiny toy cars. I’m having loads of fun, Laughing and dancing in the sun. So please, don’t think that we’re through, And always remember… that I love you.
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